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Letter from the Editor: Farewell, Oakland Post

Letter from the Editor: Farewell, Oakland Post

Arianna Heyman, Editor-in-Chief December 13, 2023

I saw a quote this week that has really stuck with me. It was something along the lines of, “how lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” I can’t believe my time at The Oakland...

OPINION: Graduation, a lesson in patience

OPINION: Graduation, a lesson in patience

Leticia Cezário Santos, Marketing Director April 5, 2023

We’re here. Our last issue of the semester. Our last issue of this volume. But for many of us, myself included, the last issue of our time at The Oakland Post. In less than a month, we’ll walk across...

A photo from The Posts end of the year office party. In this article, Seniors leaving The Post share their favorite memories from their time working on the newspaper.

Seniors of The Post share their favorite memories of being Posties

The Oakland Post Staff April 13, 2022

In light of this being our final issue of Volume 47, our seniors are here to share their favorite memories from their time at The Post. Bridget Janis, Journalism Major & Graphic Design Minor, Managing...

Spring commencement ceremonies will take place at the Orena on Thursday, April 28 through Saturday, April 30.

University plans for in-person spring commencement ceremonies

Sarah Gudenau, Features Editor March 9, 2022

Spring 2022 commencement ceremonies will be held in-person at the O’rena on Thursday, April 28 through Saturday, April 30.  Winter 2021 commencement ceremonies took place in-person as well — the...

OU reimagines transfer student accessibility in enrollment

OU reimagines transfer student accessibility in enrollment

Sierra Okoniewski, Features Reporter February 16, 2022

Oakland University has upgraded its welcome mat. Michigan enrollment initiatives have prompted the Oakland County college to make its transfer program more accessible than ever. Within the last year,...

Former Post editor Cayla Smith talks representation, mental health and working in journalism

Lauren Reid, Content Editor February 2, 2022

Dreaming and goal setting are instrumental in Oakland University alumna Cayla Smith’s post graduation mindset. The Post’s former campus editor, Smith currently works as a Multimedia Journalist for...

Orena to host first in-person graduation ceremony of COVID-19 era

O’rena to host first in-person graduation ceremony of COVID-19 era

Bridget Janis, Managing Editor December 8, 2021

Students look forward to the emotionally bittersweet graduation ceremony that marks the end of their time at OU. For their part, the university always seems ecstatic and prepared in hosting the ceremony...

Golden Grizzlies Karine Celis and Maxime Colen embrace in front of a victorious Youngstown State team. Oakland lost 4-1.

Oakland tennis out in first round of league tourney, five seniors done

Sam Schlenner April 29, 2016

Golden Grizzlies Karine Celis and Maxime Colen embrace in front of a victorious Youngstown State team. Oakland lost 4-1.

Mentorship program a success after its first year, moving for a second

By Kaylee Kean April 15, 2014

Graduation is approaching, and with it the fear of the unknown. Students have begun to ask themselves: What do I do now? Where should I go?One program has risen to try to dispel these fears and make students...

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